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sounds like the power supply capacitors CP150, CP120 and CP114 need replacement. You can get the RCA repair kit by that same name from www.tvrepairworld.com which has the caps and the CD with repair instructions.
You can put it in wide screen format. On my remote I have to push TV then the right button a few times (right of the OK in the center) and it puts it in widescreen mode. My tv sayes RCA HDTV MONITOR on the front. I hope this helps.
Nothing....Cable will continue to run the same as it does now. The only place the HD comes in to play is Over-the-Air.
Now, if you'd prefer better picture quality you can always move to a better resolution TV. You can find decent units all over right now, but trying to nail down a price is hard considering I don't know your viewing habits, TV size requirements, etc.
It was the zoom !! I lost the tv remote, I went to Radio Shack for a Universal remote and they didn't have one with a Zoom button,
The tv menu doesn't have a Zoom button either...Finally found one that works and all is WELL! Depending on what the tv station transmits, the screen size changes in the auto-matic selection in the menu.
You need a audio cable for sound. HDMI cable is only for picture. I use the comp 1 plugs myself, better picture. I found with my TV that the HDMI cable is only good if you have a digital box for it. You can also use the plug to hook your computer to off your graphics card and watch downloaded movies on.
Ok, this is probably what has happened, you say that you have played games on your tv, well the thing is with HD and Plasma Screen tv's is that when you play Hi-Res games on them the games backdrop will burn itself into the screen, causing the screen to turn dark and not reveal the correct picture it should. People need to learn about this!!!!! Playing games on HD and Plasma tv's will screw up your resolution!!!